[Deploying Sakai] Proxying through Apache

Kevin P. Foote kpfoote at iup.edu
Tue Jun 23 06:42:34 PDT 2009

Paul - 

Yea this is what I do .. :-) 

You basically will be running tomcat on local box and be connecting to
it via AJP .. I'm using both mod_jk and or mod_proxy (different
builds/systems) to do this. 

Here is the wiki space that describes this and what to do.. 

"Configuring Apache to proxy connections to tomcat"


I have tomcat startup and listen on port 8109 and apache
redirects all requests to / to .. doing things this way
you can have apache handle ssl functions, (alot cleaner).

Hope that helps a bit..


On Tue, 23 Jun 2009, Paul Gibbs wrote:

-> Does anyone have any advice on configuring Sakai with Apache? I have had a hard time getting the resources I've found online to work for me.
-> Ultimately, what I'd like to do is run Apache as a front-end for Sakai on the same machine and have users log in via 443. Is this how most of you are currently set up?
-> Thank you!
-> Paul Gibbs

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